Ten Things to Do in Denver for Under $10 (Seven Free), April 14-16
It's a special weekend for the cosplayers.
This weekend is filled with events for every taste. We're petting farm animals, getting down to ukulele sounds, meeting famous families, dressing up and so much more. Check out the Westword calendar for even more events.
Four Mile Free Day
Four Mile Historic House
12 p.m. Friday, free
Get a breath of fresh air and discover Denver from a time before the yuppie box houses and traffic. Enjoy free tours of this twelve-acre farm, hay rides and tasty treats from the summer kitchen. While you're there, pet the animal friends.
7 p.m. Friday, $10
Ten bucks is a steal for the level of entertainment you'll get at the Mercury tonight. The Romero Theater Troupe debuts a historical play about a conscientious objector from WWI. Come find out what the professionals from the Black Actors Guild are going to come up with. There's no variety without music, so enjoy tunes from Total Goth, Jobless and the Milk Blossoms. Shout-out to this show for donating proceeds to Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.
We Still Like You: Denver #8
7 p.m. Friday, free
We all have stories that are pure sin — tales we should take to our graves. However, after this evening of shame-laced comedy, there will be no need to keep those secrets bottled up anymore. Hear the woes of jokesters Harris Alterman, Hannah Duggan, Nancy Norton and more. In between, they'll let members from the audience dish some dirt as well.
The Mutiny Mural gets some extra love this weekend.
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Mutiny Information Cafe
9 a.m. Saturday-Sunday, free
The mural on the north side of the Mutiny is one of the most iconic in Denver, and it gets a little addition this weekend. See and interact with artists Vincent Cheap, Jake Fairly and Daniel Crosier as they wrap the rest of the building into the alley with some kind of jazz. Be the first to get that selfie with the new mural up on the ’gram.
Denver Chillfest Colorado Video Games BBQ
Rocky Ridge Park
11 a.m. Saturday, free
Here's a terrific way to get out of the gaming chair and into the sunshine. Mingle with local gamers, game studios, eSports players and game developers over food and lawn games. Bring a dish to share as we dish on the latest gossip from the local game scene.
Read on for more of this weekend's best events.
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